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Dear Home Building Enthusiast,

Winter has (hopefully) blown its last icy wind our way and temperatures are on the rise.

With some parts of the country still spending much of their time at home, there are new opportunities and challenges associated with the Spring weather. Now is the time to go a bit greener than usual, planting not only adds an attractive aesthetic to your spaces but also does wonders for your wellbeing which, after the year we've had, is no harm!

In this newsletter, we talk through five ways to enhance your yard space, fire pit trends, green wall options for your less spacious outdoor areas, and planting and watering tips.

Before long, your greenery will be blooming beautifully!

Sláinte Mháith,


Anna Hayes | Editor - Build | www.build.com.au
Five tips to help you spring into Spring!

Five tips to help you spring into Spring!

With Spring fast approaching, and yet more time being spent at home, now is the time to think about how to best optimise your outdoor spaces. Creating a backyard that uplifts and inspires is a great way to encourage more time spent outdoors.

A fire pit for all occasions

A fire pit for all occasions

As Spring gets into full swing, our outdoor spaces are becoming more and more appealing. But there’s still a nip in the evening air and what better way to address that than with a fire pit?

Five ways to green your home this Spring

Five ways to green your home this Spring

Spring has arrived and according to Mark Paul, horticulturist and founder of The Greenwall Company, there is no better time to update your indoor or outdoor space by adding a living greenwall, greenroof or bespoke feature to your home.

Planting the seed on your wellbeing

Planting the seed on your wellbeing

With increased time spent at home, it’s an ideal time to research and start making some planting decisions that will aid a healthier lifestyle.

Water wisely this Spring

Water wisely this Spring

With the temperature becoming kinder and plants sprouting new growth, Spring is the time to revitalise your garden.

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